Live Boxing Tonight: Gor Yeritsyan Vs. Quinton Randall

02/23/2024 - No comments

Hollywood Fight Nights is set to crash land at the swanky Chumash Casino Resort on February 23, 2024, headlining a sizzling ten-round main event. Undefeated Gor Yeritsyan, (17-0, 14 KOs), from Los Angeles, CA, is set to throw down with Houston’s own Quinton Randall, (13-1-1, 3 KOs), battling for the shiny WBC Continental Americas Welterweight Title. This showdown will be beamed across the globe on UFC FIGHT PASS, so nobody misses the action.

Weights: Gor Yeritsyan 146.4 vs. Quinton Randall 146.4 – 10 Rounds
WBC Continental Americas Welterweight Title
Cain Sandoval 139.2 vs. Javier Molina 140 – 10 Rounds
Daniel Barrera 114 vs. Jonathan Almacen 138.8 – 6 Rounds
Jorge Maravillo 152.2 vs. Jesus Gonzalez 151 – 6 Rounds
Alfredo Castro Villafuerte 122 vs. Ezequiel Flores 122 – 6 Rounds
Osvel Caballero 127.6 vs. Jason Buenaobra 122

Tom Loeffler’s 360 Promotions is rolling out the red carpet, slapping price tags of $105, $85, $75, $65, and $55 on the tickets. They’re up for grabs now and can be snagged online via the Chumash Casino Resort website. The doors will creak open at 6:30 p.m. PT, with the first bell set to ring at 7:00 p.m. PT.

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Tom Loeffler himself is pumped about parading more top-notch boxing back to Chumash Casino Resort. He can’t stop gushing about the venue, nestled in the picturesque Santa Ynez Valley, and its storied boxing past.

Now, let’s talk about the main course: Gor Yeritsyan vs. Quinton Randall. This isn’t just any old scrap; it’s for the vacant WBC Continental Americas Welterweight Title. Gor’s strutting in undefeated, fresh off a win at Madison Square Garden. But he’s not in for a cakewalk. Quinton Randall is swooping in with dreams of snatching that title and scrubbing Gor’s undefeated record clean.

Yeritsyan, hailing from Armenia, is bouncing back after an eight-round unanimous decision victory over Luis Alberto Veron in New York City. At 28, trained by the legendary Freddie Roach, he’s itching to climb another rung on the boxing ladder.

Freddie Roach himself is all business, recognizing Randall as a formidable opponent. He’s revving up Gor for a showdown that’ll have the Armenian fans on the edge of their seats.

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Yeritsyan, all fired up, is buzzing about headlining his first main event on UFC FIGHT PASS and gunning for a title. He’s deep in the grind with Freddie and the gang, aiming to be in tip-top shape for the brawl.

Randall, meanwhile, is hungry for a comeback after a controversial tussle with Brian Norman in Las Vegas. He’s not much for chitchat; he’s all about proving a point with his fists come February 23.